Words, Words, Words—The Man Behind the Curtain

Words, Words, Words—The Man Behind the Curtain   Andrea Camilleri’s hardboiled detective mysteries featuring Inspector Montalbano have been one of my favorites since reading the first, “The Shape of Water.” Along with many other fans, I eagerly awaited the next one each year (sometimes more than one per year!) to immerse myself in these cleverly […]

An Exclusive with Christina McDonald

An Exclusive with Christina McDonald Christina McDonald is a USA Today bestselling author. The Night Olivia Fell (Simon & Schuster/Gallery Books) has been optioned for television by a major Hollywood studio and her second book, Behind Every Lie, is available now. Her writing has been featured in The Sunday Times, Dublin, USAToday.com, and Expedia. Originally […]

Dr. Phibes Rises Again: An Exclusive with William Goldstein

Dr. Phibes Rises Again: An Exclusive with William Goldstein 1.      How has Phibes changed with time? Dr. Phibes has expanded into two Dr. Phibes Book Series and evolved from his 19th Century (and still Victorian) London Town into an AI-driven 21st Century Gotham. In our brand new Dr. Phibes book and series; “DR. PHIBES THE […]

Interview with Lawrence H. Levy: “I’m at an age where the money isn’t as important as telling my story the right way.”

Interview with Lawrence H. Levy: “I’m at an age where the money isn’t as important as telling my story the right way.”   AFG: How did the whole entertainment industry work start for you? LL: I started out wanting to be an actor, and after college I studied at the Neighborhood Playhouse with Sanford Meisner […]

Interview with John Grisham

  Interview with John Grisham For the last thirty years, the term legal thriller has been synonymous with John Grisham. Credited with single-handedly popularizing the genre, he has inspired scores of other authors and, in the process, has become both a commercial and critical success. With more than forty books to his name, more than […]

Michael Sherborne on
 "The Haunted Ceiling" by H.G. Wells

Michael Sherborne on
 “The Haunted Ceiling” by H.G. Wells

Michael Sherborne on
 “The Haunted Ceiling” by H.G. Wells (We had a chance to chat with Professor Michael Sherborne about “The Haunted Ceiling” an unpublished story by H.G. Wells which we’re publishing in the holiday issue of the Strand Magazine. Professor Sherborne was kind enough to share his expertise with us and speculate on why […]

Chris Pavone Thriller The Paris Diversion Interview

Chris Pavone discusses upcoming thriller: The Paris Diversion

The Strand had a chance to sit down with Chris Pavone to find out the thought process behind his new thriller novel, The Paris Diversion, released on May 7.   When it comes to accolades, Chris Pavone has experienced a variety of riches. From ranking on the New York Times Bestseller list to being honored with an Edgar […]

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Rob Paulsen and Voice Lessons: Iconic Characters

Over the course of his career, voice actor Rob Paulsen has helped give life to some of television’s most iconic characters. Whether it’s Yakko from Animaniacs, Pinky from Pinky and the Brain, Raphael from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, or over 250 other characters, odds are you’ve most likely heard his voice at some point. His […]

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Crafting Parallel Narratives: An Interview With Harlan Coben

  For the past 28 years, Harlan Coben has been providing readers with a welcome mix of suspense, humor, and razor-sharp storytelling. His newest novel, Run Away, revolves around Simon Greene, a Wall Street financial advisor who hasn’t seen his drug-addicted daughter, Paige, in six months. When he finally finds her again, she’s nearly unrecognizable, […]

Sara Gran Interviewed

Sara Gran Interviewed

Sara Gran Interviewed Our Relationship with the Truth: An Interview with Sara Gran Alexandra Dos Santos   Sara Gran is a mystery, thriller, and horror novelist from Brooklyn, New York. She currently resides in Los Angeles, where she continues to write for both the page and screen. She’s worked on the series Southland, Berlin Station, […]

There’s Something About Harry: A Look into Jim Butcher’s Character Harry Dresden

There’s Something About Harry Jim Butcher talks about the evolution of his character Harry Dresden           New York Times best-selling novelist Jim Butcher hates telling people no. That’s why he’s written a dozen different short stories for a dozen different anthologies featuring his famous creation Harry Dresden, the protagonist of The Dresden […]